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Lecture Notes of General Physics I and II
Calculus Based
Topics 1 Bar magnet
Topics 2 Physics of rainbow
Topics 3 Radiation from
electric dipole moment
Topics 4
Minimum deviation of angle in prism (pdf)
Mathematica
file
Topics 5 Waves and
oscillations
Topics 6 Coriolis force
Topics 7 Hodographic solution
of the Kepler's problem
Topics 8 Understanding on van
der Waals equation
Topics 9 Magnetic moment in
Classical Physics and Quantum Mechanics
Topics 10 cgs units Physics constant (Mathematica)
Topics 11 SI units Physics constant (Mathematica)
This is my lecture note on the Phys.131 (Fall, 2007, Fall, 2008) and
Phys.132 (Spring, 2008, Spring, 2009) , which has been taught in State
University of New York at Binghamton. This note is written mainly for
facilitating my teaching of this course. Some topics may not be
appropriate partly because of advanced mathematics used there.
In this course I use the textbook (Fundamentals of
Physics, eighth
edition, Halliday, Resnick, and Walker, JohnWiley and Sons, Inc., New
York). The numbers of the chapters in my lecture notes are almost the
same as those of the textbook. There are two Chapters as supplementary;
Chapter 20S for the discussion of the entropy (which is the introduction
of statistical mechanics, and Chapter 37S for the discussion of the
special relativity of electricity and magnetism. These two chapters may
not be appropriate because of advanced topics. In the class, Chapters 16
and 17 are taught between the Chapter 33 and 34.
In this class, we use the WileyPlus for the homework assignment. 12
problems are chosen as homeworks in each Chapter.
In lecture notes, I make many figures using Mathematica 7.0 and
AppleWorks. I also use figures in the textbook of Halliday, Resnick,
Walker, and Serway.
As references, I use many books including

C. Kittel, Mechanics, Berkley Physics Coursevol. 1
(McGrawHill Book Company, New York, 1973).

R.P. Feynman, R.B. Leighton, and M. Sands, The Feynman
Lectures on Physics (AddisonWesley Publishing Co, 1977)

D.G. Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics
(Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 1999)

E.M. Purcel, Electricity and Magnetism, Berkley
Physics Coursevol. 2 (McGrawHill Book Company, New York, 1985).
Revised: July 4,
2022 